James Ponet admires Yale's Jewish students for their adventurousness.
"One of the wonderful things is that the Jewish students do a lot of experimenting," Ponet, Yale's Jewish Chaplain, said.
The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life is home to many denominations. Reform, conservative and orthodox services -- all student-led -- are held there, as well as a fourth, called the New Minyan, which mixes many conservative and orthodox tenets and meets every two weeks. As a result, Slifka draws an amalgamation of Jewish students from all denominations to its doors each week.
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